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Bridgestone Anchor PHM9

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Bridgestone Anchor Phm9/Large/2011

Nitto b123aa heat treated/ ITM

Bridgestone Carbon/Chris King

American Classic Carbon 58

American Classic Carbon 58

Sugino Grand Mighty/ Hatta

Kashimax 5GPE/ Nitto 30mm

Shimano DA/ D.I.D. pro.



50 x 12,13,14,15,16


Raced only here in FL on the track. Only one in the world painted dark charcoal. Im selling a red one same size pm me if interested.

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yea its still a 1" steerer just like the BT's and Corimas. I have a Five gold saddle on it now and a different stem. I'll post pictures. They say that the 1 inch steerers are more responsive on the track. Anyways, its super stiff, I just raced some scratch and unknowns with the bike thursday. Rode fantastic.


I am always surprised to see that these dont have integrated headsets..? I know the argument for why integrated headsets are bad \problem-prone but still, it always causes a double take. Anyways, sweet bike! Cheers

Do they still use a 1"

Do they still use a 1" headtube also? I seem to remember they did, and you can use 1" theaded or threadless. Odd.


Yeah, must be 'cause that option is out there, however on the newest version of this frameset they seem to have "overcome" that once offered option and somehow it looks more right/function-oriented to me, maybe...

Wow. First time getting to

Wow. First time getting to see that picture of a new one built. Stunning.

Too beautiful of a bike for

Too beautiful of a bike for that ugly Fizik Test seat!

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